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  • n. Plural form of vapidity.


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  • It was strong because it was clear, and it was clear because he didn't rely on the thumping clichés and vapidities he's lately embraced.

    Amateur Hour at the White House

  • The enemy to us all - even the sanctimonious "progressives", may some seismic event deliver their banal&antidiluvian vapidities to the disinfectant of rigour&, perhaps, dispassionate thought is the hollow fashionable pose of this absurd herd of sheep who want only a wee bit more time - to avoid a declaration for reason .... the progressive left is paralysed by lack of conviction.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Obama is a veritable Democratic Reagan (I fear) full of bromides and vapidities, full of sound and fury, appealing to the heart and not the head.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | CNN/UNH Poll: Obama Rockets To Ten-Point Lead

  • But it is one that the British establishment -- whose knowledge of Islam appears to consist largely of the sanitised vapidities of the likes of Karen Armstrong and John Esposito -- have eagerly embraced.

    Dangerous naivety

  • They argue that the occupation of Iraq is likely to signal the end of the "Blair Doctrine" on foreign intervention, whence they look forward to Britain's international relations being "once again based on the solid foundation of national interest rather than the vapidities of international solidarity".

    Political schizophrenia?

  • Though he and Team Axlerod are still trying, along with complicit MSM, to characterize people putting careers on the line in DC dealing with the economic crisis as cowards compared to The One who is "ready" to discuss lofty foreign policy vapidities in Mississippi.

    Is Bill Clinton deliberately undermining Obama?

  • The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The bonfire of the vapidities skip to main

    The bonfire of the vapidities

  • As this went on, he came to hate the vapidities of the concerto in G major.

    Maurice Guest

  • They are "whole teams" beside the "one-horse" vapidities which fail to bear our burdens.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 38, December, 1860

  • Again she pleaded, and again he fell back on vapidities.

    The Life of Napoleon I (Volume 2 of 2)


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